nfluential theater critic to speak at UCLA

Revered or reviled, there is no denying the vast influence Frank Rich has wielded on American culture. As the former New York Times theater critic, he could make or break a production with a single review. As a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, he turns his keen eye and penetrating writing style to politicians, entertainers and other newsmakers. Rich will […]

Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty Launches Website

Roger Ewing, president of Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, recently announced the premiere launch of its website, www.EwingandAssocSothebysRealty.com. True to its tradition, Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty is once again at the forefront in real estate Web design. “Seeing our website come to fruition is very fulfilling,” said Ewing. “Having a marketing department that can facilitate such an […]

Students serve up table-top art

Tips to brew best java

Coffee is a hot topic this holiday season, and if you’re like millions of Americans, who are not quite sure of how to make a latté or a mocha, buying a coffee machine for yourself or a loved one will not be an easy task. However, by doing a little homework, you can match the perfect brewer with your taste, […]

Children taught to fight back

Viewpoint School’s new academic center to be named for Gates family

Viewpoint School’s Headmaster Dr. Robert Dworkoski announced the school will name itnew Academic Center in honor of Dirk and Tina Gates, who gave the lead gift to support the school’s capital campaign for endowment and to build the Cornerstone Project. Dirk Gates is the former chair of the school’s board of trustees and also serves on the board of directors […]

Christmas concert from Mormons

The congregations of the Moorpark and Thousand Oaks area Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints will present a Christmas concert at 6 and again at 8 p.m. Sun., Dec. 11 at 1600 Erbes Road, Thousand Oaks. The 80-voice choir is directed is Danna Southwell, a past president of the Conejo Valley Music Teachers Association and piano teacher. Grant Brimhall, […]

Arts and crafts faire coming to Woodland Hills

The Woodland Hills Rotary Club will present an Arts and Crafts Faire from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sat. and Sun., Dec. 10 and 11 at Warner Center Park, on Topanga Canyon Boulevard at Oxnard Street in Woodland Hills. Fine artists will display original works in ceramics, glass, mixed media, photography, etchings, jewelry, paintings, sculpture and watercolor. Admission is free. […]

Well-Maintained Homwith Lots of Room

Very well maintained expanded 3-bedroom Maple model with smooth ceilings, dual paned windows, pride of ownership throughout and expanded with about 300 square feet. There’s a great bonus or games room, extra storage and newer kitchen. It’s open, light and bright with great curb appeal and walking distance to schools, parks and shopping. For more information on this house priced […]

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